Marimba One of 50 Best Places to Work in San Francisco Area

3/30/2004 - From a field of more than 200 companies, Marimba, Inc. (Nasdaq: MRBA) has been selected as one of the 50 best places to work in the San Francisco Bay Area by San Francisco Business Times, Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal, and professional services firm Deloitte. The awards are based on evaluation of a company's work environment, benefits program, employment practices, and results from a survey of its local employees. Marimba employs 110 at its headquarters in Mountain View and 170 worldwide.

"We're especially proud of this award because it was based in large part on positive feedback from Marimba employees," said Rich Wyckoff, Marimba's president and CEO. "Despite Silicon Valley's tough economic climate over the past few years, Marimba has maintained positive momentum because of the dedication and hard work of our employees. Marimba's benefits program, employment policies, and work environment are designed to help people be productive, successful, and happy. This award affirms the merit of investing in our employees to create a positive workplace."

Awards will be presented to representatives of the 50 selected companies at a reception at the San Mateo Marriott on Thursday, April 1, 2004 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Rankings of the 50 best Bay Area workplaces will be published in the April 2, 2004 editions of the San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal.

About Marimba
Marimba, Inc. (Nasdaq: MRBA) is a leading provider of products and services for software change and configuration management. Marimba helps enterprises worldwide to dynamically manage and protect their IT assets, increase operational efficiency, and reduce IT costs. Marimba is headquartered in Mountain View, Calif. Visit for more information.

Marimba is a registered trademark of Marimba, Inc. in the U.S. and/or certain other countries.

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